PHA 327 - Exam 2 - Powders 1

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  1. Define Powders:
    Intimate mixture of dry, finely divided drugs with or without exipients for internal or external use
  2. What is a mixture of dry, finely divided drugs with or without exipients for internal or eternal use?
    A powder
  3. What range of particle sizes are normal for powders?
    10,000 to 0.1 um
  4. What are the USP categories for powders?
    • Very fine
    • Fine
    • Moderately coarse
    • Coarse
    • Very coarse
  5. If your Standard sieve number is high, what is the relative size of your particle?
    Small
  6. If your Standard sieve number is small, what is the relative size of your particle?
    Large
  7. What sieve sizes correlate with the USP designation "Very Coarse" for vegetable and animal origin drugs?
    • All particles through #8
    • <20% though #6
  8. What sieve sizes correlate with the USP designation "Coarse" for vegetable and animal origin drugs?
    • All particles through #20
    • <40% though #60
  9. What sieve sizes correlate with the USP designation "Moderately Coarse" for vegetable and animal origin drugs?
    • All particles through #40
    • <20% though #80
  10. What sieve sizes correlate with the USP designation "Fine" for vegetable and animal origin drugs?
    • All particles through #60
    • <40% though #100
  11. What sieve sizes correlate with the USP designation "Very Fine" for vegetable and animal origin drugs?
    All particles through #80
  12. If all particles pass through sieve #80 what is the USP designation for vegetable and animal origin drugs?
    Very Fine
  13. If all particles pass through sieve #60 and <40% of particles pass through sieve #100, What is the USP designation for vegetable and animal origin drugs?
    Fine
  14. If all particles pass through sieve #40 and <40% of particles pass through sieve #80, What is the USP designation for vegetable and animal origin drugs?
    Moderately Coarse
  15. If all particles pass through sieve #20 and <40% of particles pass through sieve #60, What is the USP designation for vegetable and animal origin drugs?
    Coarse
  16. If all particles pass through sieve #8 and <20% of particles pass through sieve #60, What is the USP designation for vegetable and animal origin drugs?
    Very Coarse
  17. What sieve sizes correlate with the USP designation "Coarse" for powders of chemicals?
    • All through #20
    • 60% through #40 sieve
  18. What sieve sizes correlate with the USP designation "Moderately Coarse" for powders of chemicals?
    • All through #40
    • 60% through #60 sieve
  19. What sieve sizes correlate with the USP designation "Fine" for powders of chemicals?
    • All through #80
    • No limit as to what other sieves the powder passes through
  20. What sieve sizes correlate with the USP designation "Very Fine" for powders of chemicals?
    • All through #120
    • No limit as to what other sieves the powder passes through
  21. If all particles pass through sieve #20 and 60% of particles pass through sieve #40, What is the USP for powders of chemicals?
    Coarse
  22. If all particles pass through sieve #40 and 60% of particles pass through sieve #60, What is the USP for powders of chemicals?
    Moderately Coarse
  23. If all particles pass through sieve #80, What is the USP for powders of chemicals?
    Fine
  24. If all particles pass through sieve #120, What is the USP for powders of chemicals?
    Very Fine

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